Ever since he left for France, the Spanish media has consistently claimed that the 25-year-old is unhappy and regrets his decision.
That led to claims, notably from Marca earlier this month, that Real could be in the market for the Brazilian at around €200m, up to €450m after taking into account a bumper contract.
Neymar himself has consistently denied the negative speculation about his happiness as well as the suggestions that he does not see eye to eye with PSG coach Unai Emery.
Now, after helping PSG break a Champions League record for goals scored in a single group campaign (24) following Wednesday night's 7-1 hammering of Celtic, the player has responded to talk of specifically joining Real Madrid.
"Damn, how heavy are you with the issue?" he said to the press after the game.
It would appear that Neymar has no time for the topic and is committed to PSG, with whom he said upon signing he wants to win everything.
The Champions League remains the big ambition for the Parisian club. Their best showing in the competition to date came in the form of a semi-final appearance in the mid-1990s.
The only goal they have conceded in five games so far is the shock opener scored by Celtic's Moussa Dembele on Wednesday and they will looking to make a serious statement by going to Munich on matchday six early next month and winning to enter the Last 16 with a 100% record.